Dislyte Relic Guide

When you’re trying to improve your Espers or make a new acquisition more valuable, one of the most important things to improve is the Relics they have equipped. In this Dislyte Relic Guide, we will take you through everything you need to get your hands on some powerful Relics.

In this Dislyte Relic Guide, we will cover the basics of Relics, how to get started picking Relics for your Espers, how to farm Relics, and how to improve your Relics even further.

What Are Dislyte Relics

Dislyte Relics

Relics in Dislyte are special items that you can equip to each of your Espers. Once equipped, they grant your Espers additional buffs. There are 2 basic types of Relics called UNA (▲●◆■) and MUI (⬢♤). In total, you can equip 6 different Relics to each of your Espers – 4 UNA Relics and 2 MUI Relics. Keep reading below for all the key features of a Relic and how to improve them.

Dislyte Relic Main Attributes

Each Relic in the game has one main attribute. This is determined by the type of Relic it is. Only one of each Relic type can be equipped. The 6 Relic types and their corresponding symbol and main attribute are summarized below:

Relic TypeAttribute

For the Relics with more than one potential main attribute, it is important to try and find one that matches the role your Esper will be playing. For example, SPD on the MUI II slot if it is important for that Esper to get their abilities off quickly.

Dislyte Relic Secondary Attributes

Each relic will have between 0 and 4 Secondary Attributes when you first get it. If the Relic has less than 4 then it can be leveled in order to get more. If it already has 4 then your existing secondary attributes will receive additional boosts from leveling. Secondary attributes can be any of the following:

  • ATK
  • HP
  • C. RATE
  • C. DMG
  • SPD
  • ACC
  • DEF

The secondary attribute you receive when leveling a Relic is completely random. Therefore it is always best to look for Relics that have 3 or 4 already so you know that investing in improving that Relic is worth it. Check out the rest of our Dislyte Guides for specific builds on certain Espers which include information on the secondary attributes you want for their Relics.

Dislyte Relic Quality

Relic Quality refers to how many secondary attributes it has when you first get it at level 1. As mentioned above, typically those with more starting secondary attributes are considered better quality. Relic Quality is summarized below:

Secondary AttributesQuality

Dislyte Relic Star Level

The Star Level of a Relics simply refers to its rarity. Generally, the rarer a Relic is, the better it is. Relics can range from 2 stars to 6 stars. They also each have a corresponding color to make it easier to spot them. The max level that a Relic can be upgraded to is also determined by its Star Level. This is all summarized below:

Star LevelColorMax Level

Leveling Dislyte Relics

Leveling a Relic in Dislyte

All Relics start at level 1 and can be leveled up to a maximum of 15 if they are 5 Stars or better. It costs gold to complete this and can get very expensive as the chance of success declines as the level increases. As such, you should only level them up to their maximum if they’re the best possible Relic for that slot.

Each time you level a Relic, its main attribute will increase. In addition, at certain level milestones, you will have a secondary attribute added. Once the maximum secondary attributes for that Relic have been met, then a random secondary attribute will instead receive a boost. A random secondary attribute gets boosted/unlocked at levels 3, 6, 9, 12, and 15.

If you do decide to level them up, the benefit can be huge. The higher the Star Level, the higher the boost the relic will receive for its stats each time it is leveled.

Boosting Dislyte Relics

Dislyte Relic Boost

Once you’ve found a great Relic that you want to improve more, you can then boost its secondary attributes further by using Boost Stones. These are acquired through beating the Desolate Lands bosses, which reward you with Boost Stones that are tied to a specific Relic Set and secondary attribute.

Once you have a great Relic you want to improve, and the corresponding Boost stones, then you are ready to get boosting. Simply select the Boost Stone you wish to use from the menu and it will improve the corresponding secondary attribute to a value within the given range on the Boost Stone. Blue Boost Stones will improve your secondary attributes more than Green Boost Stones.

It should be noted that each secondary attribute can only be boosted once. However, if you are not happy with the boosted value then you can attempt the process again if you have another Boost Stone available. As such, it is not recommended to waste Boost Stones on poor Relics as you will likely need many to perfect your best ones.

Resetting Dislyte Relics

Using a Dislyte Reset Stone to get new secondary attributes for a Relic

Another item relevant to Relics that can be obtained in Dislyte are Reset Stones. They are relatively rare but if you play regularly you should start to accumulate a few from in-game events such as the R-Pass.

To use, the Relic must already have 4 secondary attributes. When the Reset Stone is applied to the Relic, it will generate 4 completely random new secondary attributes for the Relic. You are then able to choose if you would like to keep the new ones or the old ones. This can be very useful if you have messed up in your build for a Relic!

Dislyte Relic Sets

Dislyte Relic Sets

There are many Relic Sets, all of which can be obtained through different means. Owning a full Relic Set is highly desirable as it will give you an additional Relic Set Bonus. Each Esper can equip one UNA 4-piece Relic Set and one MUI 2-Piece Relic Set.

A full list of Relic Sets available in the game can be seen below along with details on their effect and where they can be useful.

Relic SetDescription
War Machine30% increase in ATK. Not specialized for any game mode but is particularly effective on any Fighter Espers.
Wind Walker25% increase in SPD. Particularly useful for game modes where the fight is usually finished in a few turns by letting you get the upper hand, such as Point War.
Astral WitchcraftDisabled Espers SPD increased by 50. Useful when you know you’ll be facing disabling Espers.
Master Grove25% increase in HP. Useful for Espers with lower than average HP, or who tend to fall often.
Stoneveins25% increase in DEF. Useful for Defender Espers whose defense is already pretty high, or those who can use Taunt.
Apollo’s Bow25% increase in ACC. Makes your Espers miss less often.
Hades35% Lifesteal. Useful for Fighter Espers who are able to recover a lot due to their high damage.
Abiding PanaceaIncrease Healing Efficacy by 30%. Helpful for Support Espers with healing capabilities like Chang Pu and Asenath.
Ocean Waves35% chance of reducing all ability cooldowns by 1 at the start of an Esper’s turn. Useful for game modes with longer battles or Espers with extremely long cooldowns, such as Ollie.
Sword Avatara25% chance of Counterattack upon taking damage. Useful for Espers who can take a lot of damage, such as Defenders or Fighters with self-healing abilities.
AdamantineGrant a Shield equal to 15% of their maximum HP to all allies. Important to always have this set on someone in your team in particular an Esper with high HP.
Fiery Incandescence20% increase in C. RATE. Useful for Fighters with attacks that hit several times in a row.
Tyranny of Zeus20% chance of stunning the target. Particularly useful for game modes like Point War to stop the opponent from taking a turn.
Snow Dowager20% chance of freezing the target. Particularly useful for game modes like Point War to stop the opponent from taking a turn.
Hammer of ThorIncrease C. DMG by 40%. Useful for Espers who can increase their C. RATE.
The Enchanter30% chance of extending any Poison or Bleed debuffs by a turn. Useful for Espers whose damage mostly comes from these debuffs, such as Anesidora.
Immensus Peak25% increase to RESIST. Useful if you know an Esper you’re using has low resistance and will need it to be higher for this fight.
The Light AboveEspers begin the fight with Immunity that lasts for one turn. Useful in fighting enemies like Apep who rely on inflicting debuffs.

How to Get Dislyte Relics

Relic farming is the process of playing certain game modes repeatedly to try and get the specific Relics that you want. This can be done in most game modes however by far the best place to get Relics is in the Ritual Miracle.

Relics Available in the Ritual Miracle

There are three Bosses in the Ritual Miracle, all tied to different Relic sets. The higher the level of the Boss you take on, the better the quality of the Relics you can win. The Relics available by beating each Boss in the Ritual Miracle is shown in the table below:

BossRelic Sets
KronosWar Machine
Wind Walker
Astral Witchcraft
Master Grove
Apollo’s Bow
Abiding Panacea
Ocean Waves
Sword Avatara
Fiery Incandescence
FafnirTyranny of Zeus
Snow Dowager
Hammer of Thor
The Enchanter
Immensus Peak
The Light Above

How to Beat the Ritual Miracle

Dislyte Ritual Miracle Relics - Kronos

Here we summarize some specific battle strategies you can use to get a rough idea of what it will take to progress through the levels in order to farm better Relics. However, you can also check out our full Dislyte Ritual Miracle Guide for more information and strategy for this game mode.

  • Kronos – Inferno boss who deals the most damage to targets with low health. This means that the best way to challenge it is to make sure your team is fully healed and supported.
  • Apep – Wind boss who is capable of inflicting stacking Poison debuffs, along with dealing the most damage to poisoned Espers. As such, it’s vital to make sure you can use Immunity where possible and dispel any harmful effects.
  • Fafnir – Flow boss that can shield itself and hide from damage. In addition, the Tablets on either side of it buff it after death. As such, it’s incredibly important to use single-attack abilities where you can! This is considered the hardest boss of the three, so be careful.

Picking Dislyte Relics for your Esper

When you go to equip Relics onto an Esper, it will inform you of the two most popular sets used for that Esper. This can be a good guide to get you started with some options.

However, if that is not enough you can also check the Strategy tab on an Esper’s profile for a little more information and even some more personal opinions from other players. Alternatively, you can check out our Dislyte Guides for detailed builds for specific Espers.

Below is what the Strategy Tab recommends for Ollie! While the most popular set isn’t necessarily the best one, it’s likely that other players have done their research on what works best, so it’s a good guide!

Dislyte Esper Relic Strategy Guide

We will now go into each of these 5 factors in more detail to help you choose the Relics to keep for your Dislyte Espers.

Going Forward with your Dislyte Relics

Hopefully, this Dislyte Relic Guide will help you to weed out the good Relics you’ve earned from the bad! This information should be enough for you to develop some pretty solid builds. If you need any more help, get on touch with is and we’ll do our best to get back to you! Have fun building your Espers!

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